Today we speak to Education Consultant Kim Cartwright, about this year’s theme for International Women’s Day, which women inspire her, and how the Education Institute has changed over the past 150 years.
The Royal Children’s Hospital welcomes RACP position. Click to read the full statement.
For 150 years, the RCH has grown from strength to strength due to the generous philanthropic support of our community. Today, the spirit of generosity lives on through Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s granddaughter, Penny Fowler, Chairman of the Good Friday Appeal. Penny shares why her grandmother is one of her biggest inspirations and her favourite Good Friday Appeal memories.
Quinnie’s journey at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) started when she was just a few hours old, her dramatic arrival into the world something that parents Clare and Jarrod weren’t expecting.
Today, we hear from Dr Christine Cunningham, Deputy Chair of the RCH Board, on the leadership positions she holds within the RCH and how she seeks to empower the women in her life.
Ahead of International Women’s Day this Sunday, we’ll be sharing stories throughout the week about women within The Royal Children’s Hospital community who inspire us and who have contributed to our rich history. Today we profile Helen Codman from Nursing Education.
At The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), we are inspired daily by the achievements and contributions made by our staff, volunteers and community. Today, we look at the amazing contribution that volunteers have made to the RCH since our inception, and speak to current volunteers Phyllis and Amy who between them, have volunteered at the hospital for 60 years.
All staff, patients, families and members of the RCH community are invited to attend the RCH Open Access Board Meeting on Wednesday, February 26.
To commemorate 150 years of wonderful achievements, we are pleased to share with you our new archives and collections website.
Australia has just endured a horrific start to the bushfire season, and many communities and families are now grappling with the devastating aftermath. Unfortunately, for some people, increased family violence is an added trauma to deal with at this already difficult time.